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developing now at 11:00, is it an imminent threat? sources close to homeland security say laptops, ipads and other electronic devices are about to be banned from the cabins of some u.s. flights. >> homeland security is set to notify affected airlines in just one hour. the ban applies to nonstop flights from the u.s. to the ten international airports in the middle east. >> katie marzulo is live with this developing story, katie? >> there are reports that affected airlines will have 96
hours to implement the rule. >> no tablets, no laptop computers, no tablets, games or dvd players. passengers will no longer be able to carry on large electronic devices on certain airlines from certain countries in the middle eastern region. >> i feel like you want those belongings close to you at all times. >> this is also a concern. in february of 2016, a bomb in a laptop blew a hole in a somali jetliner. >> maybe they don't trust the scanning devices in those particular airports, i was thinking that might be part of the problem. >> it would be a big inconvenience. >> not having my computer,
things to write on, not having a large boom to read, i would really have to rethink traveling to those countries. >> this man said he'd be okay checking his computer for safety's sake. >> we have to rely on the people who know what's going on, and we have to trust them the department won't comment on potential security precautions. katie marzulo abc 7 news. we're on storm watch once again tonight expect showers throughout the night and tomorrow, but the wet weather will not end there. sandia patel is here. >> take a look at live doppler 7 right now. we're tracking light to moderate rain. street level radar, berkeley, richmond.
you'll notice in the north bay around mill valley, we definitely are seeing downpours 37 san francisco had its share. we're seeing moderate rain on our storm impact scale. this is a one for tomorrow light to moderate showers and breezy conditions at times hour by hour look, 5:00 a.m., you'll notice the moderate pockets of showers continuing at 7:00 a.m. your morning commute will be a wet one i'll let you know how many more days of rain we have. new details on this, parking lot rage, union city police are searching for the woman who rammed a family in the parking lot of the walmart, injuring them. a surveillance camera captured the entire attack. the woman tried unsuccessfully
to return merchandise. >> reporter: the reaction to nearly running over children is universal. >> oh, my gosh, oh, my goodness. >> she almost hit those people's kids. >> union city police want to find the driver, who narrowly missed a 3-year-old girl and her mother. >> she intentionally backed up twice to get out of that parking lot. the rage was sparked when walmart denied this woman's attempt to return batteries. >> she started pulling out, the family members were saying she was yelling and screaming something in her car. >> the silver honda struck or nearly hit five people. >> this walmart parking lot is covered in cameras. i can count up to a dozen. what police don't have, is a clear shot of the license plate. >> if people have video or they have a picture of the license plate or the suspect, that we could use to help us out a
little bit. >> you already have a lot to worry about, and someone's trying to kill you and your kid. that's scary. >> a young woman accused of assault with a deadly weapon while wearing a superhero sweatshirt. for the first time now, we're hearing from a witness two the wild side show on the bay bridge last night. dozens of people popped wheelies and sped through traffic. the woman who shot this video said she had never seen anything like it. >> they kwept coming, at first i didn't think anything of it, just a bunch of kids, i guess, and then when they started doing the wheelies and no helmets, going on the shoulder side, they're causing danger, somebody can get hurt. >> officers caught up to a small group of riders. con if i indicated two dirt bikes and atv's.
several others who were detained could face charges. >> sky 7 was over 5th and brannon streets tonight in san francisco. after two police officers and two other people suffered minor injuries in a crash. a squad car and another car collided at the intersection around 5:45. the ride share company hasn't confirmed if the driver was working for them at the time of the crash. the naked manning shot by police officers last week was holding a caulking gun. he was seen threatening kids before he led officers on a chase friday afternoon. he was shot again after revving his engine, because officers thought he was going to drive into a crowded parking lot. the director of the fbi admitted for the first time
today, that his office is investigating a possible relationship between russia and the trump campaign. >> kenneth moten has details. >> reporter: president trump in kentucky, rallying supporters around the gop health care plan, not addressing james comey's bombshell testimony on capitol hill. >> thursday is our chance to end obama care. >> reporter: comey confirmed the fbi is investigating russia's alleged contact with the trump campaign. >> it's an open on going investigation and is classified, i cannot say more about what we're doing and whose conduct we are examining. >> comey on vladimir putin's possible motive. >> he hated secretary clinton so much, he had a clear preference for the person running against the person he hated so much. >> you can continue to look for
something, but continuing to look for something that doesn't exist doesn't matter. >> like the president who tweeted about the hearing, house republicans mostly highlighted the leaks of the investigation. the democrats focused on the russians. >> alleged wiretapping directed at the president from the former administration, i have no evidence to back up those claims. >> i get that you guys want to know the end of the book right now. we're on the first chapter of this process. >> comey issued a dire warning on russia, saying in 2020 or 2018, the russians will be back to try to interfere in the u.s. election again. a bay area woman dies after drinking herbal tea, the store that sold the drink and the rush
to find the source of the toxic tea leaves. there's a new push for the city's residents to pay a new tax. tempers flair between the warriors and thunder in okc. what led up to this pushing and shoving. that's coming up in sports. we have a lot to love tonight. it's time to reveal my selection, drum roll please? guillermo, open wide and show us the winner, the champion of
at sfo, where the rain has been coming down steadily at times. downpours across the bay area. stay with us, sandia patel will have your hour by hour forecast coming up in a few minutes. an update to a story we first brought you last week. >> a toxic tea that was sold in chinatown. we learned a 56-year-old woman has died after drinking that tea. >> lilian kim is live in chinatown with the story tonight. lillian? >> this is where the woman bought the tea here on grant avenue, she was the first of two customers who became very sick very quickly. the medicinal tea blend has made two people sick since last month. both became critically ill within an hour of consumption. a 56-year-old woman did not recover. she died over the weekend after having suffered through weakness, abnormal heart rhythms
and intensive care. the two people bought the tea leaves from the trading company. >> i myself have gotten sick from eating at some places around here. >> i guess they were going in to seek a remedy. >> and they though they would get help, but they didn't. that is really sad. >> san francisco's department of public health says the tea leave s contained aconite. dph says the business is fully cooperating with inspectors to trace the source of the toxic tea. lilian kim, abc 7 news. tomorrow san francisco supervisors will vote to ask state lawmakers to allow a local personal income tax. it would be used to fund transportation and health services if the trump administration cuts federal
funding to sanctuary cities. the resolution is meaningless. >> i think it's horrific, it makes no sense. to me, it's a rabbit hole and we shouldn't be making that mistake here in california. >> in san jose, the city is preparing for the president to cut funding, the new budget request assumes there will not be federal money starting in 2018. target stores are getting a makeover, 500 stores will be redesigned by 2019. these are sketches of what the reimaged stores will look like, they include two entrances, a wine and beer shops, and curved circular center aisles to feature merchandise. a grinch's plan to sell a stolen christmas present ended in an arrest.
they believe he stole this bike from a front yard in san geronimo valley. then tried to sell it online to an overcover officer. the boy who got the bike for christmas was all smiles. >> better late than never on that christmas gift. it's going to be wet for a little while i think. >> sandia patel is tracking several storms. >> you're going to have to hang on to the umbrellas for most of the workweek. there's only one day, you can put it away. let me show you live doppler 7, and show you where it's raining right now, we're tracking those showers, moderate in pockets across parts of vallejo. taking you across into martinez, crockett area, and take a look at where the rain is coming down pretty hard right now. the showers have been brief but heavy, the only exception was san francisco where it kept coming down, right now live look
from live doppler 7 perspective, it was coming down around san rafael. from san francisco to daily city, it is lighter right now, we're tracking light to moderate rain in the santa cruz mountains. rainfall totals have been between a tenth to a half inch. you notice ben lomb an has picked up an inch of rain. we're still counting. here's a look at your morning commute planner, if you're driving, it's going to be bad with slippery roads, bad if you're taking the ferry ride. if you're walking, it's going to be bad because of wet conditions, it will be mild o temperatures in the 50s, and 06s, it's comfortable. you see the raindrops dotting the lens. thunder and hail is possible. that's primarily why it's going to be a rough morning commute. remains unsettled through the rest of the week. the current system going into tomorrow, is a one, it's a light system, the chance of thunder
means potential for hail. don't be surprised if you get pelted by hail. light to moderate showers, it's going to be breezy at times. hour by hour forecast. 5:00 a.m., you're looking at pockets of moderate rain continuing through 6:00 to 8:00 a.m., as you take the kids off to school, it's going to be wiper weather many by 9:00 a.m., it's pushed into the east bay and south bay, the rest of you, you're seeing it ease up. >> for the afternoon, you think, 2:00, i don't see a lot happening, you're going to see the sun, this is what's going to destabilize the atmosphere, that keeps the isolated thunder threat through the evening hours. tuesday night, the rain begins to redevelop as another wave comes through, moderate to heavy for your wednesday morning commute. we go to scattered showers for your wednesday afternoon. from tonight basically, beginning now all the way through wednesday afternoon, we're looking at a half inch to just over an inch of rain. it does turn to snow in the mountains, already seeing
scattered light snow showers, winter weather advisory for the sierra, 1:00 a.m. a few hours away. expecting a foot on the crest. 4 to 8 inches above 6500 feet. the snow level will be coming down by wednesday. temperatures first thing tomorrow morning in the 50s, we get the cooler air coming in, tomorrow afternoon, the temperatures will be in the 60s, you're going to see a mix of sun and showers, you'll need your shades as well. track the hour by hour forecast, accuweather 7-day features potential for thunder tomorrow, one or our storm impact scale, certainly showers, we'll keep that theme going nor wednesday, morning rain, pm showers, enjoy that short break thursday. we go wet and windy friday. saturday a one, sunday, monday a one, these are lighter systems, i have to say that friday system is starting to look not quite as slow moving, not quite
investigators combed through 22 super bowl credentials, to track down the man suspected of stealing tom brady's jersey. investigators found him with two of bradys jerseys and von miller's helmet from super bowl 50. his mom is now keeping a close eye on his super bowl gear. >> she's been tracking down everything. two gloves, my helmet. my helmet now, she's really been super mom -- >> don't mess with mom. all the items do need to be authenticated. ortega hasn't been charged. >> they'll crack down on that for sure.
even without kevin durant in uniform, the warriors and thunder are not friends. there's more fuel for the fire, these two happen to meet in the playoffs. durant getting plenty of cupcake chance. red velvet his favorite. a jump ball between curry and samange. one away from a suspension. still a jump ball, klay thompson up ahead to curry for the three at the buzzer. nothing but net, and runs to the locker room. dubs up 20 at the break. klay thompson -- duran the approves, afterwards, all the questions were about to the scuffle. >> let that first one go, i kept going, there's another little push. and at that point, kind of holding my position.
much ado about nothing after that. >> curry tried to get into it with samange, i got into it. women's ncaa tournament, brittany mcphee was on for the card nolls, she had 36 points in her first half, 5 of 7 from three-point land alon in a smith, 19 points off the bench, they're going to their 24th sweet 16. they will face texas wednesday night. cal trying to pull a major upset over baylor 20 points, 11 boards, the layup draws cal within 6 and the second quarter, baler goes on an 18-4 run to end the half. natalie cho goes wacky in baylor. alexis prince makes the easy
layup co led baylor with 16. they make their 9th straight sweet 16, cal's season is over. joe pavelski and the sharks starting a four-game road trip in dallas. nice pass for patrick marlowe, he can't put it home. aaron del getting the start in that, making the great save on cody eakin. late second, the stars take a shot and curtis mckenzie redirects a pass. dallas goes up 1-0. sharks had their chances to tie it up. lehtinen posted his 36th career shutout. 1-0, sharks have lost three in a row. this abc 7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino, it's good to see the warriors winning without kevin duran the. he gets re-evaluated in a